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FAMILY DAY AT ST. ALBANS PARK

Councilman Leroy Comrie (D-27th CD) hosted the 6th annual Family Day Picnic at St. Albans Park. The event was co-sponsored by Assemblyman William Scarborough and State Senator Malcolm Smith. Festivities included children's rides, arts and crafts, face painting, barbeque as well as informational booths. Dr. Bob Lee, Community Affairs Director of WBLS 107.5FM provided music for the picnic and was presented with a City Council Proclamation by Comrie.

The Family Day Picnic was dedicated to the memory of Kathy Tennyson, who at the time was Comrie's co-worker at former Councilman Archie Spigner's Office. Tennyson originated the idea of Family Day 6 years ago. Black Spectrum Theatre premiered the family musical, The Magic Crown, followed by the 2nd Annual St. Albans Jazz Festival. Six hours of sultry and sizzling sounds of jazz greats Houston Person Reuben Wilson and the Masters of Groove, Lenny White, Bill Jacobs, Ed Jackson, Charles Bartlett, Danny Mixon, Eric Lemon ad Keisha St. Joan comprised the St. Albans All-Star Band, and the popular Q5 Youth Jazz Band filled the park. SE Queens' very own funnyman, Comedian Ada Phillips hosted the concert and provided the funny.

Black Spectrum Theatre premiered the enchanting play Magic Crown at St. Albans Park on Saturday during Family Day to throngs of appreciative enchanted children and their families.



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